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2 hrs ago | SFGate
August is Black Business Month across America, but before September arrives, there is one more day of note involved in the 11th annual event, which encourages visiting at least one black business each day during August.
6 hrs ago | Curbed
Whether or not you're traveling in spatial terms this holiday weekend, you can, right this very minute, travel in time.
6 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News
On Saturday, September 13, New Belgium Brewing 's long-riding celebration of all things bicycle will be pedaling through Golden Gate Park 's Lindley Meadow in San Francisco.
Today, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Artistic Director, Dr. Timothy Seelig, announced the lineup for their 37th season, Journey.
After retiring as a pediatrician at 65, Bertram Koel returned to school to earn a master's degree in public health.
The team's recommendation to the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges had been kept confidential by the commission but was mistakenly disclosed by its own lawyers in court papers last week.
David Laudon and Randy Laroche in their Castro home, built in 1895. They call these double-breasted pinstripe suits their "Gatsby look."
BART train service between Walnut Creek and Concord on the Pittsburg-Bay Point line was temporarily suspended in both directions because of a problem with the tracks, stranding thousands of people during the evening commute, officials said.
All events are free and open to the general public. UC Berkeley Extension presents these events each year as part of its mission to bring the educational excellence of the University of California, Berkeley, to the Bay Area community.
Register now for RealShare BAY AREA on September 4 at The City Club in San Francisco.
Andrew Marks, 6, of San Rafael tries to get his father to keep adding syrup during a pancake breakfast Sunday at the Tourist Club on Mt.
The boundaries separating Pleasant Hill and its neighboring cities are often winding and seldom obvious, often leaving visitors -- and even some residents -- unsure about which city they are in.
It is sad but true, summer is about to wrap up. The silver lining, time to shop! With the changing of the seasons, no matter how small the shift is here in San Francisco, there needs to be a change of the wardrobe.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 07:14 pm
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